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Dutch students make world's first solar-powered family car

The Solar Team at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) have unveiled the world’s first solar-powered family car. ‘

News item | 08-07-2013 | 00:00

Philips healthcare systems and lighting for US hospital

Dutch electronics firm Philips is forming an innovative alliance with a hospital in the US.

News item | 28-06-2013 | 00:00

O3b launches satellite to connect remote areas to internet

O3b has deployed a revolutionary new network bringing high speed, low cost connectivity to billions of people.

News item | 28-06-2013 | 00:00

High-tech regions join forces across continents

Brainport Region Eindhoven has signed an agreement with the Canadian city of Wateroo, Ontario, a 'Global Triangle for ...

News item | 24-06-2013 | 00:00

New York asks ARCADIS for flood control expertise

The New York Economic Development Corporation (NY EDC) has hired the Dutch firm ARCADIS to study alternatives for flood risk ...

News item | 03-05-2013 | 00:00

Dutch businesses laud royals' contribution to trade

The broad majority of businesses in the Dutch technological sector is pleased about the positive influence which the country's ...

News item | 26-04-2013 | 00:00

Hannover Messe opens with Holland as partner country

‘The Netherlands is a country of innovation at its best. A country of inventors, creative minds and innovative engineers.’

News item | 07-04-2013 | 00:00

Wageningen: world's 2nd-highest-ranked biotech city

Wageningen: world's 2nd-highest-ranked biotech city

News item | 21-03-2013 | 00:00

Worldwide RoboCup competition comes to Eindhoven

Worldwide RoboCup competition comes to Eindhoven

News item | 19-02-2013 | 00:00

Smart solutions for ageing populations

Dutch healthcare innovator, Wil Philipsen, has come up with a solution that helps the elderly to remain independent and stay at ...

News item | 18-02-2013 | 00:00